The Fir Trees

Address: Dublin Road, Strabane, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, BT82 9JT, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Dublin Road, Strabane, is near Lismore Castle, Curraghmore House and Gardens, Wilson Ancestral Home, and Strabane Pagoda Tourist Information Centre.
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      Travel Blogs from Strabane

      Free Derry

      A travel blog entry by kteam on Nov 20, 2014

      17 photos

      ... exploring the many rooms and yards that are in it. The crows played their part also keeping Shaylee on edge the whole time.

      Back in the car it was a quick stop in Headford for a coffee and muffin before heading north again for a few hours to the town of Sligo which straddles the Garavogue River. Needing a break from driving and feeling peckish we parked up and found a pub to share a meal and a couple of ...

      Letterkenny

      A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Aug 17, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... site, occupied since about 1500, the inner part of the present castle was built in the 1550's and the outer bit 1700-1720. It has an interesting history involving Scots overthrowing the Irish and the English got involved later on. Pretty typical for this part of the world. Still standing after all this time, they certainly built them to last. Entered it over a bridge that I assume was originally a drawbridge over the deep chasm separating the castle site from the mainland. As we ...

      Day 51 Dublin to Derry via Belfast.

      A travel blog entry by iancarmen on May 25, 2014

      106 photos

      ... the coach to head to town.


      In town we meet up with another local guide(Rohan) and we did a walking tour of the city. We walked past some of the famous churches then, walked into the catholic areas (bog-side), saw the murals, the bloody Sunday memorial, learnt about the history, then we walked along the walls. The walk along the walls had some great views of the part of the town below. We then returned to city hall area, then went to dinner. I went with a group to a ...

      The Troubles

      A travel blog entry by kyajade on Dec 20, 2013

      47 photos

      ... a small percentage are Republicans, who will use violence and fear to get their points across. So that pretty much sums up who's who, and why it was always so confusing, as there are so many different names going around! So we walked along the walls, looking over the cannons and out over the bogside, where all the murals are, then kept wandering further along the walls than we had gone last time. We looked out at the English/Loyalist side of town, then left the wall to wander ...

      First day in (London)Derry

      A travel blog entry by angeleah.parey on Oct 17, 2013

      6 photos

      ... is Buddhist! The Buddhist and Protestant are brothers and they are all friends with each other. ***If you are not that familiar with Northern Ireland history, the Protestants and Catholics don't really like each other at all so these artists are very cool people.

      So after we left there we went down a couple stores to see my friend Matt getting a shave at where you may be wondering? The Sweeney Todd's barber! But luckily he didn't get his head cut off. We ...